ALCF Leonard Wood Sizemore Home Movies Clip 9717
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This clip (#9717) is part of the Leonard Wood Sizemore Cold War Family Campfire Collection. Leonard Sizemore is the primary filmmaker though the films were selected specifically to include other family members perspectives who are behind the camera. It was a Sizemore family legacy of filmmaking and photography, each viewing the family’s lives together, and through their independent eye, with varied framing, panning, and topics chosen to record. His daughter, Lillian Sizemore is the current custodian of the family films.
This collection was conserved and digitally transferred through the 2017 National grant awarded to Lillian Sizemore by the Al Larvick Conservation Fund in partnership with its sponsor Pro8mm.
For more information about this collection, visit: https://www.allarvickfund.org/leonard-wood-sizemore
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The main family members captured in this collection are:
Father/Filmmaker: Leonard W. Sizemore, Feb. 4, 1920 - Nov. 17, 2000
Wife/Mother: Gisella C. Sizemore, March 14 1928 -
Son: Norman E. Sizemore, b.1952
Daughter: Lillian Sizemore b. 1957
Daughter: Melissa Sizemore (Hurley) b. 1959
Others in this footage include:
Bryan Young (Norman’s friend from high school)
the Stutler Family: Gail, Brad, Kelly, baby
John Baranowski, Sara Bronson
Norman Morgan, Harry and Berta Kraft, Jay Walters, ‘Vic and Mary’
Pat Hoernig, Mark Turner, Mark and Debbie Nowicki
Coreen LaMantia, Gena Newkirk-Brown, Pati Newkirk, Debbie Beuchler-Hutchins,
Graciella Cullen and Ottorina Bonaventura
Collection title: Leonard Wood Sizemore Cold War Family Campfire
Original format: 8mm & Super 8 film, color, silent
Digital format: Footage captured at 2k resolution of 2048 x 1556
Collection size: Approx. 2300 ft
Circa: 1955 - 1981
Label from Original Can/Box:
LS Archive Reel 15 - 7” light grey can - 400 ft.
Labels handwritten by Dad
1970 - Smoke Dump Norman and Bryon [sic] (Bryan Young)
Skiing - Norm, Lill, Melissa
1977 Digging Grease trap, Norm - Dan - Leonard
1977 - Gail + Tracy - Norma Morgan - Vic and Mary
1978 - July 4th parade Griffith Cooking later
1978 - Big Snow
footage from multiple years has been spliced together and dates are are meticulously listed.
The Films of Leonard W. Sizemore, Descriptions by Lillian Sizemore.
Leonard Wood Sizemore (1920-2000) was an American soldier, a mechanic, a watchmaker, and an early adaptor of new technologies. Leonard married his Italian bride, Gisella, in Milan, Italy in 1947 and together they came to America to begin anew. Leonard always managed to have the latest "gizmos". He had good cameras, and he knew how to use them. Leonard taught the whole family how to pan and shoot and they all had a hand in filming over the years. Leonard made great strides in his life after having grown up in poverty in rural Kentucky, his 8mm home movies from the 1950s-80s depict a white 'Middle America' with a love of family and friends, antique cars, parades and picnics. Leonard kept the campfires glowing around his meaty grills and lively home movie nights. This poignant footage depicts a pursuit of the 'American Dream' taking place in-the-midst of political assassinations, cold war friction and civil rights marches.
This clip is a medley reel spliced to highlight important events that occurred throughout the entire 1970s decade. fashion trends and cars have changed, and favorite themes appear again of picnics, parades, family, friends, DIY building and fixing, and seasonal shifts. Activities take place in the back yard: huge snowstorm, X-C skiing, mowing, picnicking, showing off the cars, and digging the "grease trap" this sequence show the hub of activity of the Sizemore home. Of significance, a 1970 experimental opening sequence in a steel mill dump, shot by Norman and his friend Bryan Young.
"smoke dump" 1970. Shot by Norman and Bryan, the year they graduated high school. They passed the camera back and forth to create a kind of apocalyptic vision of industrial America.
00:03 identifies the location, as they drive by Republic Steel Corp., Union Drawn Divisions, Gary Plant (Gary Indiana)
We lived in Northwest Indiana, near Inland Steel, Bethlehem Steel, U.S Steel, and many other steel mills. They were part of the factories networked through the Indiana Harbor and Ship Canal and a large landfill protruding out into Lake Michigan. It is now part of the Rust Belt. (source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inland_Steel_Company)
Driving by railroad cars, High-tension electrical wires and billowing smoke stacks in an industrial landscape.
00:22 Cut to a factory parking lot, a row of '60s model cars and trucks parked on both sides of frame. Footage is shot rolling from the dashboard inside the car. A tall building in the background shows signage identifying the factory as United States Steel, Gary Works. A red brick building, signage identifies it as the Employment Office, at the center of frame.
00:26 from the window of the moving car, shots of rusty smoke stacks and railroad tracks
00:36 Cut to a shot framed by trees and leaves, shimmering on a sunny day - looking out to a blackened dump with a factory in the distance.
00:43 Cut to scene of multiple stacks of dumped "dirt" and refuse, a few errant poplar trees sprout amongst the detritus.
00:48 Cut to Bryan Young, dressed in a bright red t-shirt and jeans, is seen upending several 55-gallon drum cans, the dump festers behind him, he arranges the cans, then holds up his filthy hands. The film is accelerated for this scene creating a comedic affect. Bryan points to a green oozing puddle on the ground, then makes an exaggerated "sick face", like he's going to barf.
00:58 Cut to a pan over many red oil drums, open, toppled, filled with sticky tar substance, and spilled garbage.
1:06 Cut to another part of the dump massive tumbles of sheet metal: trailers, shelving, house siding, etc.
1:11 - Bryan has a round rubber ring and crushes it flat with his bare hands with one punch.
1:14 another pan over huge mounds of rusty steel detritus, Bryan is seen spinning in a circle with his arms outstretched, and his presence in the distance gives scale to the massive size of the metal dump.
1:27 Bryan is jumping over huge rusty blocks of steel, like they were rocks.
1:33 Cut to a close up of the oozing, black, tarry ground, the earth is saturated with oil.
1:47 pan to more railroad tracks, and rusty discarded metal, pan to a sign that warns in all caps: "Danger no smoking or open flames". We know Bryan is filming, because Norman walks into the scene. He has longish hair, a goatee, sunglasses, wearing a striped t-shirt and jeans. Pan to Norm looking through an arched bent piece of metal, he offers a green can of soda to the camera…
2:00 - Bryan again climbs amongst human-sized pieces of rusty upright steel blocks.
2:06 Norman is seen standing atop a huge mountain of steel. He raises his arms above his head in triumph. The sun is getting low, toward "golden hour" the shadows are distinct.
2:11 Bryan runs toward the camera grabbing at the air, through a kind of "meadow" with the detritus in the background, he collapses as he reaches the camera.
2:17 Cut jump shots to various dump site detritus, artfully framed and panning.
2:46 Bryan jumps off a sand dune. a pan around some water… now they are Miller Beach, on Lake Michigan. Not only were we living amongst the steel mills, but Miller Beach was a go-to destination for beach time, and hikes, and outdoor activities.
"Having defied regional trends toward racial polarization and environmental degradation, Miller Beach exhibits extraordinary socioeconomic, racial and bio diversity. The community has been described as "an island of integration and natural beauty" (source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miller_Beach)
Norman notes: He and Bryan were on their way to Miller Beach and stopped by the Mills. It was the beginning of the "Ecology Movement". Norman and Bryan were environmental advocates and had painted a mural version of the new Ecology Flag on the basement wall by this time. (source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecology_Flag) This film was made before or just as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was being established by the US government. Hazardous and toxic waste, air and water quality issues were of real concern in this region of the Lake Michigan, and around the country. They were sensitive to Corporate America's destruction of the earth, Norman said he "found it absurd and Kafka-esque to be next to and IN a pit of oil… we threw a rock into it and expected it to splash, but it BOUNCED OFF the oil.. it was a solid mass, not liquid. We just wanted to document what we saw."
2:50 Cut to Winter Skiing probably 1976?
Family Dog "Richie", a fluffy blond terrier mix, runs in the snow. Norm and Lillian X-country skiing in the back yard.
Lillian in a red cap and jean jacket, is just learning how to glide, Norman, in green down coat is teaching her. Close up of Norm.
3:22 Lillian shows off her new technique- how to a turn around with the long skis. Richie goes into play bow, runs around the snow, they ski around the backyard. Melissa? filming.
4:14 Back at the garage, Lillian is filming. Now Melissa, struggling with the skis…wearing a black coat, yellow cap and long pants is on the skis and heads out to the back yard. The film is accelerated, gives a comedic effect as she shoots down the yard, Norm chases Richie around in the snow. Melissa comes up to hug and pose next to Norman, for a close-up of the siblings. Film is normal speed now.
Cut to close-up of DAD, who has a handlebar moustache, black cap and is wearing his brown corduroy "garage coat". He looks cold. He gets on the riding mower fitted with a snow shovel and starts plowing the drive. Arty camera angle is low to the ground, shooting up. Lillian filming?
5:01 Cut to Norm shoveling the drive putting snow in a giant heap at the end of the drive. jauntily walks toward the camera. Another shot he is at the street-end of the drive, shoveling the drive.
5:18 CUT to 1977? Digging Grease Trap: summer working in the drive way, Melissa with blue bandana on head, coveralls and yellow t-shirt, sitting in a lawn chair next to little neighbor kid, Kelly Stutler. Film is dark, a little underexposed. Norm is working at an electric saw, little Brad Stutler is walking around, Melissa's boyfriend Dan is sitting behind Norm on a work table. Dan is a buff young man, shirtless and wearing cut-offs.
5:39 Close-up of the Stutler kids, smiling, sitting in the lawn chair, pans over to Melissa, who hides face in hands. Cut to two dogs running and playing in the grass, and a long hold on Dad's 1957 blue Studebaker President. He is now a member of the V-8 Club and is restoring Studebaker cars in the block garage.
5:52 Cut to Melissa and Dan close-up. They are affectionately giving each other the "bunny ears" and mess around for the camera.
5:58 Cut to Norm who is forming and cutting a terracotta drain pipe on the saw.
6:04 Close up of Leonard in a blue shirt, he twirls his big handlebar mustache for the camera, makes some winking gestures and smiles. Cut to the dogs wrestling in the yard.
6:16 Shirtless Danny is digging the trench, swinging a pick axe with authority. Melissa vamps for the camera. A couple of quick flashes, the puppy drinking water, sitting at the outdoor table, light Flares. Close up of Danny, he's talking then stick out tongue and wiggles thumbs in ears, laughs…Melissa must be filming. pan over to Norm who is tipping the ice cubes from a glass into his mouth, he mugs for the camera, spilling the cubes from his mouth…pan back over to Danny who is laughing. Close up of the puppy that was running with Richie, held in Norm's arms.
6:56 Cut to Dad mudding up a drain pipe to set for the new grease trap. A red VW bug in the background. - black cut - Richie and puppy - Lill trying to skateboard in the driveway, along the fence.
7:14 John Baranowski, Lill's boyfriend, walks up to camera for a close up. Hands on head, big 'Mutton chops', and long hair., he smiles into the camera. Danny's pIck up truck backs up to the work site in the back yard, Danny waves.
7:28 shot of Sara Bronson, Lillian's college roommate, in yellow polo and big round sunglasses,
cut to the Gail Stutler and kids, she hold a baby, Mom smiles, in far right of frame.
7:46 Mom arrives, arms akimbo, out to survey the progress on the Grease Trap. some light flare, camera running randomly, Shots of Norm cleaning up the trench, with Kelly helping. the trench is covered over with fresh earth now.
8:07 cut to "Big John" or "JB" and John was known, a close up; dark curly hair and beard, wearing a light, collared shirt, smiling, talking, sitting in lawn chair.
8:09 Family Picnic Close up of Norma Morgan talking and gesturing, pays no attention to the camera. She wears a mint green pantsuit and corsage. Pan over to Mary, (last name unknown) smoking, wearing a grey and white striped pantsuit and red blouse, big square glasses, smiles and blows a kiss to the camera… friend Vic (husband of Mary) hams it up for the camera, whips off his glasses, licks his hands, and pretends to fix his hair over and over again, laughing and gives an exaggerated grin for Dad. (Just the kind of campy 'camera behavior' Dad loved). Mom in the background, with a glass Mr. Coffee pot. Another family picnic grill, entertaining in the backyard with many family friends. Harry Kraft, sporting some impressive sideburns, and Jay Walters, also with long sideburns, dressed in white zip jacket and cream slacks looking like a Hollywood celebrity. Norman, in earth-toned striped polo shirt now has a full beard. Melissa gives bunny ears. Close up of Jay, Melissa in background. Now filming passes to Melissa or Mom? Dad, takes a sip of his coffee and smacks his lips, waves, he's wearing his Model A jacket, emblazoned with embroidered motor oil patches and a Southern confederate flag patch on the right sleeve. He's sitting next to Harry Kraft, whose wife, Berta, is also an Italian war bride (from Florence, Italy,) and friend of Gisella. Cut over to Danny, wearing a blue and white polo t-shirt, you see a "mod floral" sling chair to frame right, handmade by Mom.
Note: It is unclear what the flag represented for Leonard. He hailed from Kentucky, so it's possible he used it to represent his Southern Pride. Though in the 1950s and 1960s the flag was used to show opposition to the Civil Rights Movement. In 1972 Gisella supported George McGovern for president, campaigning on an anti-war platform, while Leonard chose to support the segregationist Alabama Governor George Wallace, to the open disapproval of Gisella. Tensions rose around the household, as the topics of segregation, bussing, and the Vietnam war filled the evening news. (source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Wallace, and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_McGovern#1972_presidential_campaign)
9:05 1978 July 4th parade Griffith Cooking later.
Antique cars, men cleaning cars, close up of parts, license plate from Michigan, pan over a to a row of cars parked, people walking by. A Stanley steamer driven by a woman, with her child, heads down the lot.
9:45 CUT to FRONT YARD; A new-old car makes the scene: the "Parade Car" as it was known. A 1932 Model A sedan, that Dad customized by chopping off the top, painting it a sunshiny combination of bright canary yellow with orange fender accents and pinstripe detailing. The top is completely open and was it fit with a yellow umbrella, for non-windy days. A fox or raccoon tail embellished the hood ornament. One American Flag and One Confederate Flag were mounted on the front bumpers. Melissa and her beau Joe Hurley are seated in the front. Norm, in cut-offs and bare chest, is leaning casually on the driver's side chatting with Joe. Melissa is wearing a red-white-and blue stripped cap. Pan across to Melissa's friend Patty Mulcahey, wearing a head scarf with braids, tube top (also known as a "boob tube") and jean cut-offs, big sunglasses, she smokes a cigarette, as they chat. Patty sees that Dad is filming and throws up her hand, walks hurriedly back and forth as if to try and hide, and covers her face with her hand. They are all laughing. Norm walks away toward the garage as Joe dons a classic 40s Fedora.
Cut to another old car that has made the scene, Harley Peschke's shiny black circa 1940 Ford Sedan 2 door. (Possibly a 1939 Ford DeLuxe Tudor Sedan) The Sedan is tricked out with banners and Flags and is rolling on to the front yard. Harley Peschke, Dad's good car friend, is driving. They are getting "Parade Ready".
10:08 Cut to Parade Cars in queue to begin the parade, Harley's car, a red Bugatti, the yellow Parade Car with Mel and Joe, and os on…wind is blowing, fire truck lights flashing in the background, Harley gets into his car.
10:23 - Shooting from inside the car, Dad and Harley are riding behind Mel and Joe ahead in the yellow car as they drive the parade route. Focusing on the wheel cover of the yellow car: Norman painted this for the Parade Car: a rendition of R.Crumb's comic character "Mr. Natural" with the phrase: "Just Passin' Thru" (another well known phrase for Mr. Natural was "Keep On Truckin"). It was the height of hallucinogenic experimentation, and Mr. Natural is a reference to the LSD culture of the1970s. (source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mr._Natural_(comics))
Cut to Mel and Joe shot from behind at a 3/4 angle, Melissa turns, smiles and waves. The car proceeds slowly through the parade route, and you see a TasteeFreeze sign at left of frame, kids running into the street to collect candy that is being thrown out from the floats. We also see Big Tee Burger, and Blue Diamond. The Parade is on Broad St. in Griffith, Indiana. (Tastee Freeze was a NW Indiana and So. Michigan soft-serve ice cream specialty. Known as the 'poor man's DairyQueen)
10:43 Cut. Dad and Harley had driven a head and staged a shot of Melissa and Joe driving the Yellow Car down Division St. (in Schererville) toward the Camera. Melissa waves as they drive by, and Dad pans the camera along as they pass…they are heading back to Main St.
10:49 CUT: "cooking later" Dad eating at the picnic table (Melissa filming), pans around to the table and it is filled with family and friends enjoying a picnic lunch: Norman, (shirtless and back to camera), Joe Hurley, Norm's pals, Pat Hoernig, and Mark Turner. Pan over to driveway just as a car pulls up, it is Patty Mulcahey and Matt Bartz. Matt drives a 1970's era Oldsmobile. Pan over to Matt and Patty joining the picnic crowd. Matt is wearing hip-hugger bell bottom jeans and an IOWA tank-top. He has a full beard and a white man's "afro" hairstyle. Patty is wearing short cut-offs and a white pique blouse, she is sitting next to Joe, whose back is to the camera, he's also wearing a tight tank top and shorts. Perhaps Dad is filming this, with his signature slower pan and hold.
11:14 cut to Dad mowing the lawn on riding mower. Patty walks over, she gets on, and he shows her how to start it and she jerks forward and starts driving and mowing around the backyard. Melissa is probably filming.
11:46 Cut to Joe, wearing tank, shorts and a white man "afro" hairstyle, walking away from the camera toward the garage. You see flowers planted into a stump of a tree, the weber grill, a Green Fiat, (Or is it an Opel?) the garage door is open and you see bicycles parked inside. This very brief clip shows the active outdoor lifestyle of the Sizemore Family.
11:49 Cut to SNOW - more doings around the house:
Richie running free in a woodsy big park, snowy scene. A pan over to ski trails.
12:00 pan over dog prints in the snow that go up into the woods.
12:08 Harley walks out to his antique car, Cut to mom walking out to the garage.
12:18 George Bergner, a familiar neighbor who did not drive, walks down the road, even in the cold.
Dick Schelfo parks a red car with a racing stripe. Harley's old car backing up in snow, CU of Richie, Harley backs out of snowy drive and into the second drive
13:00 Harley tromps through knee-deep snow toward the house.
13:07 Cut summer - Garage open with Parade car parked inside. the FORD PINTO parked in the drive behind. Pan over to the green Fiat (Or Opel).
CU of Melissa in swimsuit top and shorts is mowing the back yard on the riding lawn mower.
Melissa in red tube top, sitting up high (on car?) Norman walks toward the FIAT, CU of Melissa in tube top, standing on the back porch in the sunshine. She smiles and wiggles her hands for the camera, goes in the house through the screen door.
13:34 Dad exits the house through same door, poses for the camera - smiles. Melissa's ceramic and macrame mask is hung next to the door. The house shingles are painted aqua color with white trim.
Joe comes out of house, wearing a tight henley style shirt with "native American" motif print.
13:54 Norman watering plants and sweeping in the drive, shirtless, wearing black shorts. He has cut his beard and has fairly short hair here.
14:06 CUT to the black Weber grill smoking away, opens to reveal meat sizzling on the grill
14:14 many of Dad's old cars parked in the second drive way: the Parade car, the 1928 Coupe, and a green Fiat? Joes, thunderbird as it the end of the queue. Dad often used the side yard and second driveway as a showcase for the cars, as a display for people driving by. There was a blue and white street sign mounted at the entrance of the driveway that read "Studebaker St."
Out of sequence - (same picnic seen 10:49)
14:22 Eating a picnic Norman, Joe, Melissa, Pat Hoernig, and Mark Turner. In background, a recycled tile mosaic covers a square drain pipe planter, for red petunias. Another indication of the DIY crafty atmosphere of the Sizemore Family. Pat points to the food and gives the 'thumbs up"!
14:38 Cut to CU of Joe, (big hair) Patty smoking, Melissa vamping for Dad's camera. All the cars in the background of second driveway.
14:50 Patty take s long luxurious drag on the cigarette…then laughs.
14:54 Joe wipes down his Thunderbird in the driveway. It had red interior, "We put throw pillows in the back seat, as if it were a couch", remembered Melissa. We washed a lot of cars in that drive.
15:02 Richie and Mandy, Joe's black dog, hang out together in the grass.
15:12 - Debbie Nowicki walks toward Mark Nowicki by the elm tree. An army "pup tent" is pitched in the yard next to the tree. By now, Dad has the circa 1967/8 Chrysler Newport in Pine Green. (AKA "The Yacht") pulled into the grass, hood open, and is working on the engine. Back yard visiting, with Mark and Debbie Nowicki. (source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chrysler_Newport)
15:18 dogs playing,
15:25 Dad and Mark drink beer, leaning under the elm tree
15:31 cut to Joe cleaning car
15:44 cut to evening light Norman and Joe and Brad Stutler (holding a narrow skateboard) walk across the yard. They are carrying a bucket. Watering the garden at dusk.
16:00 brighter now - Joe cleaning car in the drive again. Richie the dog trots up the drive.
16:18 Joe wears a Wheaton football jersey #79 and bell bottoms, walks out to back yard. Dad at trunk of the Chrysler, walks up to the camera for his close up. He's wearing tan trousers and a red striped short sleeve shirt, in his breast pocket always his clipped eyeglass holder, and a pen, and notes.
16:47: probably 1976 - A large group of Melissa's girlfriends come out of the door of an apt. bldg. Gena points to Coreen's belly - It's a baby shower. She is wearing a black t-shirt imprinted with "Having Our Baby" - a reference to a popular 1974 Paul Anka song.
Coreen's baby boy toddles up the sidewalk, he's wearing a dark bandana on his head and little Oshkosh striped overalls. All the girls hanging out behind, laughing and playing around. Then they all walk in unison toward the camera, like a "hair band", arms around each other. Melissa must have been up on a step ladder filming, because they are seen slightly below the camera, looking up. They are dressed in the latest casual styles - madras print blouses, tank tops, bell bottoms, hip huggers, shorts, and the "Farrah Fawcett" curled hairstyles. (source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Farrah_Fawcett)
17:41 - 1976 ?- Big Snow - cut to heavy winter again. Richie in the driveway, mounds of snow. Pan to he block garage, bare trees, pan to neighbor's truck, a covered car, and boat. More mounds of snow in drive and a view of the open field across the street.
18:08 Pan to the front of house, evergreens heavy with snow. The Chrysler "Yacht" parked in second drive, the mail box, hand painted by Norman. Drifts of snow, shot of across the street, to see the open field.
18:51Melissa in full snow suit and red cap, shoveling drive, digging out. it is Danny Hoffman getting into The Chevy Malibu in second drive, pulls into block garage. (so this clip is out of chronological sequence, because Danny was the boyfriend before Joe). They pull out of drive into the street. Dad filming from Front porch as they drive away.
19:41 Norma and a tall young man (Graciella'sGraciella's son?) Loading Graciella's car trunk with gear, Mom and her Italian friends, Graciella Cullen and Ottorina Bonaventura, get ready to X-C ski. Mom in plaid wool jacket, and blue stocking cap, reflector aviator sunglasses. Trina in navy blue full ski suit. Cut to arrival at "Wicker Park" in Highland, unloading the gear. Graciella in bright color striped snow jacket. Trina is wearing white downhill ski goggles. She was very sporty and often went to the Dolomite in Italy to ski the mountains. Norman is wearing the green down coat, and can see his Norwegian hand-knit sweater underneath. Norman and other guy at the trunk, getting out equipment, clipping on skis, each woman heads out into the park, they all glide out into the snow, Norman shoots off in a different direction, solo. The young son stayed behind and was filming.
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